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Bruce Willis has announced his retirement due to health problems. The actor shone throughout his career thanks to his numerous performances in more cult films than the others. If you want to immerse yourself in the filmography of Bruce Willis, we offer you a selection of 8 essential films that you can find on Amazon Prime Video.
- 16 blocks
- Consumables: Special Unit
- The fifth element
- pulp fiction
- Sin City
- Sixth Sense
Bruce Willis becomes Jack Mosley in 16 blocks. The production is signed by Richard Donner (Lethal Weapon) and written by Richard Wenk. When Inspector Jack Mosley just wants to go home to relax after a long day at work, his superiors give him a last-minute assignment. The inspector must accompany Eddie Bunker to court where the man will have to testify in a murder case. While the trip was supposed to take a few tens of minutes, it all goes wrong for Jack Mosley.
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Consumables: Special Unit
Consumables: Special Unit It is the first film in a trilogy supervised by Sylvester Stallone himself. This component was born in 2010 and tells the story of the Mercenaries, a really special unit. Obeying no government, the Expendables decide their own missions, always favoring people for the benefit of money or status. As they become more and more important, the government decides to hunt them down in order to dismantle the group. Wanting to help the people of a South American dictatorship, the Expendables realize there is a traitor in their midst who wishes to sell them out to the US government.
The fifth element
Appointed by three Caesars, The fifth element is a French science fiction film directed by Luc Besson released in 1997. In 1914, in an Egyptian temple, an alien crew lands on Earth to take five items: 4 stones and a humanoid being. 300 years later, a humanoid being, who responds to the name of Leeloo, survives this event and meets Korben Dallas, a taxi driver who turns out to be a former soldier. Confronted with Evil preparing to destroy Earth, Korben decides to follow his heart and go to Phloston Paradise to protect Leeloo.
Looper is a film by Rian Johnson (Star Wars Episode VIII) released in 2012 in our darkrooms. In the near future, a mob has created a system to make any compromising witness go off the radar. This method is simple: it sends victims back in time for agents called Loopers to take them down. One day, one of them discovers that he will have to kill a new victim, but he realizes that this is none other than himself, 20 years older.
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A variety from 1994 pulp fiction, directed by the famous Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood). We follow three different stories consecutively that will intertwine. The first is about two thugs trying to save their boss’s girlfriend from dying of an overdose. The second tells the story of a boxer who risks his life trying to get his father’s watch back. And finally, the last one tells us the best way to dispose of a dead body.
RED is an action comedy directed by Robert Schwentke (The Captain – the usurper) released in 2010. We discover the life of a former CIA agent named Frank Moses (played by Bruce Willis). While enjoying his retirement, he is surprised by a team of assassins. Trying to survive this ambush with his friend Sarah Ross, Frank is already thinking of a plan to fight back. The former agent takes advantage of his reputation to reform his old squad in order to disrupt the plans of this group of criminals.
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Author Frank Miller and director Robert Rodríguez invite you to discover Sin City. Released in 2005 in our theaters, Sin City is a Noir movie supervised by the great Quentin Tarantino himself. In a city plagued by crime and corruption, Hartigan is sworn to protect Nancy, a stripper who means a lot to him. Through the eyes of various characters, we discover three stories that tell us how this city descended into chaos and decay.
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Sixth Sense is a thriller released in 1999 and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The film focuses on the life of young Cole Sear, an 8-year-old boy tormented by terrible images. Being too young to really understand what is happening to him, Cole withdraws into himself and is morbidly afraid of others. The only person the young man trusts is his psychologist. A doctor who will work with Cole and make him understand that he has a greater power than he imagines.
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